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Growing Christmas Trees in the Pacific Northwest

A guide for the prospective and novice Christmas tree grower. Explains how to evaluate risk and the potential for return. Discusses the tree growing cycle, tasks and time requirements, pertinent la ...

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Habitat Management for Turkeys on Small Woodlands

Wild turkeys have been introduced into Oregon and Washington in the last century and substantial populations can now be found in various locations in both states. Despite concerns about potential c ...

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Identifying and Managing Christmas Tree Diseases, Pests, and Other Problems/Identificación y Manejo de Enfermedades, Plagas y Otros Problemas en Árboles de Navidad

Click on the link below to visit the mobile-friendly companion website, or order a hard copy ($33) from OSU.

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Is There a Place for Fish and Wildlife in Your Woodland?

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

If you enjoy walking in your woodland and enjoy the different species of birds and mammals you observe, you can enhance your enjoyment and im ...

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Keeping Your Forest Soils Healthy and Productive

This publication is designed for non-industrial private forest landowners in Washington State. It includes background on the fundamentals of good forest soil stewardship to maintain productive fore ...

€5.70

Land Survey and Mapping: An Introduction for Woodland Owners

Discusses types of plane surveys, including property surveys and cadastral surveys. Briefly sketches the history of the rectangular survey system in the United States and describes how the rectangular system works. Tells how to use certain types of maps, such as transportation maps and topographic maps, to locate on-the-ground features. Also discusses using aerial photos. Briefly defines geographic information systems (GIS) and global positioning systems (GPS).
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Management Options for Declining Red Alder Forests

Many family forestlands and open spaces in the Puget Sound lowlands are characterized by mature red alder stands with little to no understory regeneration. Active management may be needed for owner ...

€2.38

Managing Forest Habitats for Neotropical Migrant Songbirds

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

Many bird species found during spring and summer in Pacific Northwest forests and woodlands spend the winter months in Mexico, Central and So ...

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Managing Organic Debris for Forest Health

This 60-page publication, with over 80 full-color photographs, tables, and charts, will help forest owners and those who work with them to maximize forest health and minimize problems. It discusses th ...
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